Author: Bill Vourvoulias

Bill Vourvoulias is a freelance journalist living in New York City. He was born in Guatemala City and has written about Latin America, literature, and sports for Rolling Stone, Playboy, Men's Vogue, Fox News Latino and Time. He has worked on the editorial staff at Newsweek, the New Yorker, and ESPN Books. Currently, he's a staff editor at the Sunday New York Times Magazine.

Authored by Bill Vourvoulias

Stalking History

Bill Vourvoulias

On Hunter of Stories. 2017. By Eduardo Galeano. Translated by Mark Fried. Nation Books. The late Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano made it his life’s mission to come up with an alternate history of Latin America, one that relied more on … Continue reading “Stalking History”

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